What is the current state of the law in the context of workplace disputes?

Nova Scotia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Electec Engineering Inc., 2014 NSSM 16 (CanLII):

Speaking in Adams v. Cusack, 2006 NSCA 9, Cromwell J.A. summed it up in these terms: “Workplace disputes should generally not go to court when there is a comprehensive statutory scheme for dealing with them”. (at paragraph 1).

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